False Flags – what are they? And have they ever been proven?

To that I say…
1 it is never too early to discuss who might be the perpetrators of tragic events. If there is any question that may be asked it should be asked.
2 nowhere in this article will I specifically claim any recent events were a false flag, I am merely proving that false flags do exist. Once that step has been taken and those facts accepted you can discuss recent events amongst yourselves.

Do you know what the phrase False Flag means?

If your answer includes the phrase “crisis actor” you are wrong. Most false flags have real victims, the only thing false about them are the scapegoats who are lied about, and blamed as the perpetrators. Has this ever happened? Yes. It’s been both proven and admitted. So, no, it’s not a ridiculous idea and that much I can and will prove.
“false flag describes covert operations that are designed to deceive in such a way that activities appear as though they are being carried out by entities, groups, or nations other than those who actually planned and executed them.

Historically, the term “false flag” has its origins in naval warfare where the use of a flag other than the belligerent’s true battle flag before (but not while) engaging the enemy has long been accepted as a permissible ruse de guerre; by contrast, flying a false flag while engaging the enemy constitutes perfidy.[1]

Operations carried out during peace-time by civilian organizations, as well as covert government agencies, can (by extension) also be called false flag operations if they seek to hide the real organization behind an operation.. Wikipedia

It doesn’t necessarily need “crisis actors” in fact sadly they usually have real victims.

A false flag is not necessarily something that didn’t happen, it is usually something that did happen but was either blamed on the wrong people or allowed to happen. I’m not claiming people were not hurt or killed, I’m not even claiming this was a false flag yet. I’m just asking questions and giving people reasons to question the narrative.

I’m surprised how many people are already talking about it more openly than I normally would. This sort of talk invited insults and ridicule ten years ago, but now I’m often preaching to the converted.
Before I get to the historical false flags I will address the assumption that our government may have been that brutal in the past but would never stopped so  low as to kill and lie for financial reasons. Actually the Chilcott enquiry proved politicians will bomb children over a lie. History has proved politicians will bomb children over lies. The fact that some can’t believe it is actually evidence of your denial, letting pensioners die, disabled people die, and people who can’t afford health care die is just the blunt side of a regime that doesn’t give a fuck about human life. Most of these ‘gullible sheep’ came to their conclusions based on years of research, not a quick Google. Research you’ve evidently never done or this would all sound less crazy to you. I know several historical facts less crazy than this scenario.
In case you think the whole idea is ridiculous and no government would ever do that… (6) The British government admits that – between 1946 and 1948 – it bombed 5 ships carrying Jews attempting to flee the Holocaust to seek safety in Palestine, set up a fake group called “Defenders of Arab Palestine”, and then had the psuedo-group falsely claim responsibility for the bombings (and see this, this and this). (7) Israel admits that in 1954, an Israeli terrorist cell operating in Egypt planted bombs in several buildings, including U.S. diplomatic facilities, then left behind “evidence” implicating the Arabs as the culprits (one of the bombs detonated prematurely, allowing the Egyptians to identify the bombers, and several of the Israelis later confessed) (and see this and this). (8) The CIA admits that it hired Iranians in the 1950’s to pose as Communists and stage bombings in Iran in order to turn the country against its democratically-elected prime minister. (9) The Turkish Prime Minister admitted that the Turkish government carried out the 1955 bombing on a Turkish consulate in Greece – also damaging the nearby birthplace of the founder of modern Turkey – and blamed it on Greece, for the purpose of inciting and justifying anti-Greek violence. (10) The British Prime Minister admitted to his defense secretary that he and American president Dwight Eisenhower approved a plan in 1957 to carry out attacks in Syria and blame it on the Syrian government as a way to effect regime change. (11) The former Italian Prime Minister, an Italian judge, and the former head of Italian counterintelligence admit that NATO, with the help of the Pentagon and CIA, carried out terror bombings in Italy and other European countries in the 1950s and blamed the communists, in order to rally people’s support for their governments in Europe in their fight against communism. As one participant in this formerly-secret program stated: “You had to attack civilians, people, women, children, innocent people, unknown people far removed from any political game. The reason was quite simple. They were supposed to force these people, the Italian public, to turn to the state to ask for greater security” (and see this) (Italy and other European countries subject to the terror campaign had joined NATO before the bombings occurred). And watch this BBC special. They also allegedly carried out terror attacks in France, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Greece, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, the UK, and other countries. Read more: http://www.whatreallyhappened.com/WRHARTICLES/42falseflags.php#ixzz4htNadB8U

There is a bit of a debate over whether or not Theresa May’s husband owns shares in G4S (so I am withdrawing that bit from my evidence pile but mentioning the fact that people argue about it for you to draw your own conclusions and do your own research.) But there is plenty of evidence that G4S is ‘dodgy asf’.

“Although the NYPD has denied any relation to the shooter, Mateen’s employer, G4S, has some interesting links to previous terrorist events. And it benefits from terrorism.

Mateen worked for the British company G4S since 2007. Throughout that time, G4S has been what people might call a private, special operations military outfit. It is said to be three times the size of the British military. In 2012, a G4S employee was charged with making a bomb threat at the Olympics. Similar bomb threats were connected to G4S in 2013 and May 2016.

Previously called Securicor, G4S provided security at all three airports affected by the 9/11 attacks. Securicor/G4S had bought Argenbright Security—the 9/11 airport security firm—just nine months before the 9/11 attacks. The company later ran operations at Guantanamo Bay.” From http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2016/06/orlando_g4s.html

Does it matter whether the terrorists are here or there? What matters is they only win if we  get so scared we can’t love and so scared we can’t share. They don’t want you to be happy. They want you to be stressed. They want you to be scared. They don’t want you to go out, share love and live your life without being a microchipped, monitored slave to fear.
So what we gonna do? We gonna keep on loving. We gonna keep spreading the love. We gonna find solutions rather than problems.
If you mind is sufficiently open to question recent events, may I suggest you start here with an article by John Pilger… – https://off-guardian.org/2017/06/03/terror-in-britain-what-did-the-prime-minister-know/
And if you’re up for something more  a light-hearted I wrote these lyrics for Who Cares months before the recent attacks “most people just want to know ‘who can we blame’ and after that it’s back to ‘who won the game?’ The banks and politicians have been performing the greatest robbery while immigrants get blamed for the lack of jobs and the economy. Luckily I remember the words of Malcolm X warning me, ‘the media will have you thanking your oppressors and blaming the oppressed…'” Light-hearted? Well I’m dressed as Spider-man dancing like a cross between Michael Jackson and Beyonce…

Belief #belief #reality #philosophy #thematrix and #hoverboards

Inspired by a conversation with Chris Paradox…

It could be argued that none of us know anything. “Am I a man who dreamed he was a butterfly or a butterfly who is dreaming he is a man?” Scientists disprove each other all the time so we can’t rely on that to have all the answers, and the “hard problem” of how can consciousness study consciousness if it uses consciousness to study consciousness hasn’t been solved. Add to that ol Socrates quote, “the wise one is the one who knows they know nothing” and ignorance does appear to be the only realistic status. Having said all that given the choice of optimism or pessimism, at least in my own experience it does feel more “useful” to assume the best than assume the worst. But essentially either stance is delusional. But we are forced into delusion – what is the alternative? I’m just not gonna bother eating today cos I could wake up tomorrow and find out I’m a butterfly dreaming? I’m not gonna go to work today cos I could wak up in the Matrix any time? While I’m quoting people smarter than me Einstein said “time is an illusion, but a very persistent one”. Yeah, try telling that to your boss when you’re late. So yeah, the Buddhists say it’s all illusion so pick one that suits you. But apart from brief moments of lucidity, yes I agree, we are generally living in ignorance and delusion.

At the risk of sounding arrogant – most people don’t think about these things and are happy to live in a world where duality and absolutes are a given. One could say that for a philosopher the ideas that “no one can predict the future” or “knows the nature of reality” aspects are very basic, and maybe yes they are to a natural born philosopher. But while I probably spent too many years wondering whether or not I was a figment of my own imagination I have had to accept that not only will many people not ponder these things, perhaps most people don’t want to. And I can’t blame them, questioning my existence didn’t make me much money or win me many friends (actually maybe it did, I’m not sure.) Even, sometimes especially, in communities that I associated with being open minded – activist communities, spiritual communities – people are really attached to “knowing”. Some people do not want to leave the cave and will get upset if you tell them there’s another world out there.

Also things get lost in semantics, or the meanings of words. For example if I say I believe that whatever you believe is true for you does that mean that I believe in nothing or I believe in something? Or if I say that I believe that my name is Kevin but only to a certain extent because there are no absolutes. I could qualify that by saying I believe my name is Kevin because that’s what the people I believe to be my parents called me since I was a child but there is probably a less than one percent chance that I am adopted cos I look like my mum and maybe my birth parents had a different name for me. Also I think that’s my name but I could be a body in a hooked up to a computer simulation and my name could be test subject 2341. But someone who believes in duality and absolutes might tell you that they know what their name is. They might say I’m splitting hairs and being pedantic but I would say I am merely being factually correct as much as I can be with my limited knowledge. But if you didn’t get to read to the bottom of this paragraph I wouldn’t blame you – cos most people don’t want to consider the possibility that their world is a lie, most people are not natural born philosophers and while I don’t think I’m more intelligent than other people I do think I’m more inclined to ponder these things than most and I don’t have a right to get upset that other people don’t want to “be with their discomfort”. Why am I expressing this? I guess because it used to piss me off. Why? Because if more people questioned the nature of reality maybe more people would realise how much they’re being lied to everyday by the mainstream media, there would be less justification for war and less genocide on the planet BUT guess what – that’s just my belief. Ahhhhhhh that felt really good.

ps I believe that we shouldn’t call those mini-segways hoverboards. They don’t hover, they roll. That’s some bullsh**.

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